DECEMBER 14, 2013 6:00 - 9:00pm
A group exhibition curated by Jesse Draxler examining the complex space between art and design. Featuring work by Jesse Draxler, Michael Cina, Eric Gorvin, Angelo Pennacchio and Eddie Perrote.
Work from 24 non-member artists including Alyssa Baguss, Armando Ramos, Brian Frink, Carole Loeffler, Claire Putney, David Ruhlman, James Holmberg, Jeff Robinson, Josh Johnson, Joshua Wenck, Kjellgren Alkire, Lonnie Broden, Margi Weir, Matthew Bergen, Matthew Litteken, Michael Wartgow, Molly Wicks, Nicholas Carroll, Nancy Hathaway, Pat Benincasa, Rick Benson, Samuel Weinberg, Shannon Estlund, and Steven Lang.
An exhibition of new paintings by Minneapolis artist, James Conaway in the Groveland Annex.
A unique exhibition of paintings and prints by seven artists who work in a small scale. From finely detailed wood engravings to fluid landscape studies, each artist creates an intimate experience for the viewer.
An exhibition of prints by members of its artists' studio cooperative. This winter's cooperative show features the work of thirty-nine local printmakers currently working in Highpoint's facilities. Image courtesy Mike Elko, Famous Canoeists Honored, screenprint, 2013
85 artists have been invited to each make 100 pieces of mailable art, which will be shipped to recipients worldwide. The goal is to take precious, limited-edition artwork and share it with people who wouldn't normally experience it in a gallery setting.
Featuring Lynn Geesaman, Glenn Grafelman, Alexa Horochowski, Walter Jost, Shana Kaplow, David Lefkowitz, Cherith Lundin, Ruben Nusz, Melanie Pankau, Thomas Rose, Elizabeth Simonson, Scott Stack, Fred Tomaselli, and Michon Weeks.
SooVAC's 10th Annual Juried Exhibition with participating artists Adrian Armstrong, Alyssa Baguss, Paula Barkmeier, Kevin Beaudin, Miranda Brandon, Toni Dachis, Beth Dorsey, Donna Dralle, Marie Gardeski, Jennifer Gilles, Gustav Hamilton, Susan Hensel, Aimee Howard, Jamie Johnson, Brandon Kuehn, Steven Lang, Marius Lehene, Jon Mahnke, Kristian Nelson, Edie Overturf, Jesse Peterson, Amy Rice, Ashley Allen Short, Tim Tozer, and Tom Wixo.
An exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Ruben Nusz, his first solo exhibition with the gallery.
A holiday print show, with prints by Adam Turman, Amy Jo, Brian Geihl, Jason Craig, Kyle Coughlin, Big Table Studio, Cindy Lindgren and Crystal Jensen.
Artist Thaddeus Jameson has created an eleven-foot long mural combining his favorite elements of the historic Chi-Lake corner.
In this first Midwest solo exhibition, Los Angeles based artist Patrick Martinez examines a contemporary crisis - the dwindling quality of life due to the consumerist and nutritional choices of mainstream America.
Works by Leslie Holt.
Ellen Richman and Stephen Taucher's two-person exhibition.
Featuring the artwork of Aniela Sobieski, Nancy Robinson, Al, Wadzinski, Rob McBroom, David Aschenbrener, Siri Vorvick, DC Ice, Tyler Green, and Sarina Brewer.
FStop 2013 Annual Group Exhibit.
An international, multigenerational group exhibition that considers the changing role of the artist in contemporary culture. Bringing together the expansive practices of some of the most provocative and engaged artists working today - Yael Bartana, Liam Gillick, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Renzo Martens, Bjarne Melgaard, Nastio Mosquito, Hito Steyerl, and Danh Vo - the show examines ways that they negotiate the complicities and contradictions of living in an ever more complex and networked world.
New works from sculptor Sarah Burn's in the MAEP Galleries. Also showing, Alley Atlas, an open-source project about urban design from artist Andy Sturdevant.
This is the largest exhibition to date to focus on the early work of one of Pop's most widely admired artists. Bringing together nearly 300 pieces from collections around the world, Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties showcases a broad range of the artist's sculptures.